thyroid and other things. Is it safe to assume that, even if the doc isn't looking for it, she will find Oxycontin in my system? I had both knees replaced in Sept. and Nov. and if she finds it, I was going to say that I had some left over. I suffer from chronic pain and have had to resort to desperate measures to provide pain relief. Not sure how to handle this. Any help would be greatly appreciated. And I took my last pills today. Thanks in advance
Never hide this info to a doctor. It can help explain symptoms, like kidney wrong levels or other issues. Trust is the basis for good info with a doc. Don't be complaining later if the doc does not trust you. They are there to help. If you suddenly needed surgery or something, you could be in deep trouble. Keep safe and perhaps a good pain doc will be suggested, ok?
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